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IN THE SHADOWS OF LIBERTY: Charles Brockden Brown and Nascent American GothicWilliam Thomas Sherman, email@example.com, http://www.gunjones.com Topics: Charles Brockden Brown, American Gothic literature
THE MONKBy Allan McClelland Based on the novel by Matthew Lewis Ambrosio, the monk, draws enormous crowds to his sermons, but in a city where superstition reigns with such despotic sway as in Madrid, to seek for true devotion would be fruitless. The gorgeous Madonna, the anxious novice and the reluctant nun understand more of the real passions unveiled in a Gothic tale of disguise, abduction, incest and murder. Ambrosio: Michael PenningtonRosario/Matilda: Sorcha CusackAntonia: Emily... Topics: Radio Drama, The Monk, Gothic Literature, disguise, abduction, incest. murder
Jane Eyre is a Gothic novel by Charlotte Bronte. It is considered to be one of the most important proto-feminist (proto meaning before) works to date, exploring the consciousness of the title character as she grows from an unwanted child to an indispensable governess in the house of the mysterious and brooding Mr. Rochester. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary) Topics: LIT, LIT.US, Classism--England, Gothic literature--Great Britain, Orphans--Literature, US, Fiction,...
C21: Centre for Research in Twenty-First Century Writings presents: Bloomsbury C21 Writings Conference 2014 10-11 April 2014 University of Brighton Bloomsbury Contemporary Critical Perspectives: Contemporary Women's Writing Marking the launch of a range of new titles in Bloomsbury's Contemporary Critical Perspectives series, this panel looks at key figures and themes in Contemporary Women's Writing. Introduced by Bloomsbury's David Avital, with Dr. David James (QMUL) on Andrea Levyâs realism,... Topics: Bloomsbury Critical Perspectives, University of Brighton, Andrea Levy, Ali Smith, Contemporary...